Community Resources

Community Ride service by King County Metro

The Juanita Community Ride service is a public transportation service by King County Metro. It is FREE for people 18 and under (like all Metro transit services), and it is designed to serve people in the greater Juanita area, where fixed-route bus service is limited.

When can I get a ride? The Community Ride shuttles operate Monday to Friday, 7a.m. to 7 p.m.

Where can I be picked up and dropped off? Community Ride is a point-to-point service, meaning the driver can pick you up and drop you off at any address within the service area. (Community Ride does not rely on the typical King County Metro bus stops.) Check out the map of the service area in the attached flyer or on the Community Ride webpage (link below).

Do I request a ride using an app? Yes, the Community Ride app is in the App Store and the Google Play Store. You can also request a ride by calling 1-855-233-6043.

Can I bring my bike? Community Ride vehicles are equipped with bike racks just like regular Metro buses.

Where can I find more information online?

Who can I contact if I have questions?
Blair Daly
Transportation Program Coordinator
City of Kirkland

2023 Summer Resources

Please see a list of various Community Resources:

2023 Community resources


Food Support for Families

JHS has Pantry Packs available for families during the school year and these may be received weekly or as needed. Please email or call Ms. Hamilton in the counseling office  if you would like to receive pantry packs!

Jennifer Hamilton

Additional potential resources for food (and other) support:

              Hopelink Kirkland.  
Food support, housing support, job training, transportation, etc. 
(they serve Kirkland and Bothell too)  
website is linked but you can call "211" for assistance as well